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Poster: baron-naleo Date: Nov 27, 2013 8:38pm
Forum: television Subject: TEDtalks listed as CC but they say 'no'

The TED Talks are listed as Creative Commons on the IA under 'Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license.'

https://archive.org/details/tedtalks

But when I've contacted TED Talks they say:

'Hi Baron
Thanks for reaching out. Broadcasting TED Talks and using the brand on air requires a license. Unfortunately, at this time we are not extending any PEG licenses.'

So what is it? We are a local PEG community access television station. We're a non-profit (non-commercial), wouldn't make a derivative copy of the video and we would use attribution but they say 'no.'

So what's the deal with TED Talks?

This post was modified by baron-naleo on 2013-11-28 04:38:51

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Poster: Jeff Kaplan Date: Nov 28, 2013 12:37pm
Forum: television Subject: Re: TEDtalks listed as CC but they say 'no'

i'd suggest leaving your comment/question as a review on a tedtalk item. the uploader will automatically be sent a notification of a new review and may choose to address your issues.

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Poster: baron-naleo Date: Jan 14, 2014 8:16pm
Forum: television Subject: Re: TEDtalks listed as CC but they say 'no'

Almost two months and just crickets. I'm wondering if the person uploading the TEDtalks is authorized to do so since it's being licensed against what the organization says. And they don't respond to a direct query below one of the videos.